Monday, 14 September 2015


The term electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) or wireless allergy or gadget allergy, is ascribed to a range of non-specific symptoms like headache and fatigue supposed to be due to heavy use of wireless communicating devices, especially those that emit electromagnetic radiation (EMR).
Common sources of this Wi-Fi emission include mobile phone signals, Wi-Fi hotspots, wi-fi enabled devices like tabs, cellphones, laptops and a lot of other gadgets.
The  issue was recently thrown in the limelight when a French court in a verdict granted  disability allowance to a woman who claimed to be experiencing discomfort from alleged EHS. She was forced to live in a countryside barn far away from the Wi-Fi and the Internet.

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